Patagonia R2 Fleece Jacket - Men's

Patagonia R2 Fleece Jacket - Men's
Patagonia R2 Fleece Jacket - Men's
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R2 Fleece Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
Late March means three things: corn skiing followed by chillin' and grillin' in the parking lot by three in the afternoon, and since you're wearing your Patagonia Men's R2 Fleece Jacket, you'll have the stretch and breathability you need on the skintrack, warmth for the descent, and the plush comfort you want as you let the legs relax over a brat and beer back at the car. Made with Polartec Thermal Pro grid fleece, the R2 provides excellent stretch and warmth as it wicks moisture and breathes throughout variable temperatures. Patagonia put Polartec Power Grid fabric on the R2's side panels and underarms for an improved fit and enhanced mobility, then treated it with Polygiene permanent odor control, so you can get after it day-after-day without it taking on any funk.

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